‘2015 Free Outdoor Movie Screenings at Busan Cinema Center’ will be held weekly every Wednesday from May to September at 8 p.m. at the outdoor theater of the Busan Cinema Center.
The outdoor theater, where the opening and closing ceremonies of the Busan International Film Festival are held, has 4,000 seats under a giant roof which has become a symbol of the Busan Cinema Center.
The event has showcased 47 films and attracted about 80,000 moviegoers since 2012.
Monthly themed movies will be screened at ‘2015 Free Outdoor Movie Screenings at Busan Cinema Center’. Of special note this year are two of Charlie Chaplin’s silent films with musical performances by the Dureraum Festival Wind Orchestra that will move audiences.
In addition, Korean animations will be screened in August, with Indian films being shown in September.
The schedule of movie screenings is listed below:
< Audrey Hepburn, Beauty Beyond Beauty>
May 6: Breakfast at Tiffany’s
May 13: Sabrina
May 20: Roman Holiday
June 3: Chef
June 17: The Chef, Comme un chef
June 24: The Chef of South Polar,南極料理人
<Charlie Chaplin film>
July 1: City Lights
July 8: The Circus
July 15: Modern Times
July 22: The Great Dictator
August 5: Oseam
August 12: Green Days
August 19: The Road Calls Life
September 2: I am Kalam
Spetember 9: Paa
<Busan International Kids & Youth Film Festival>
July 31: The Kid
August 1: How to Steal a Dog
August 2: Little Dinosaur Doolie
This schedule is subject to change.
For more information, please visit the Busan Cinema Center website at www.dureraum.org or call to (051)780-6080.
Source: Busan City News
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